|Overview: Preventive Action|
Preventative Action(equally correct but less common)
What is Preventive Action?
John Spacey, updated on July 11, 2023
Preventive action is a plan to fix something that's not a problem yet. The action is based on data analysis or the insights of managers, employees, partners or customers. Technically it can't be based on customer complaints since that's already a problem. In many cases, preventive actions come out of risk analysis or quality improvement initiatives. They tend to have a high rate of return on investment as its often far cheaper to address something before it becomes a problem.
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